Answers to your top questions about living with psoriasis, including advice on treatments options, diagnosis and different kinds of psoriasis, dating, switching medications, pregnancy, relationships, and more.
"Psoriasis is a way to find a new aesthetic."
"I’m somebody that works with my hands and I do decorative arts and I do paintings and it just made it much more difficult to work."
"You have your good days, your bad days. Your good years, your bad years."
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